A promotion to register on Playcricket

 

Our records show that in 2016 Middleton CC, Sussex had a total of 109 players who played at least one game of cricket in the summer. Currently only 27 have a registered Play-Cricket account of their own.

We’ve already contacted as many players as we can, and are now reaching out to you asking for your help to encourage more players to register – they’ll receive the Honours Boards emails if they do, who wouldn’t want them?!

As a reward for your help, we’ll enter you into a competition to win 1 of 100 wet weather kits for your club. To be eligible to win, all you have to do is have more than 75% or more of your players registered for their own account on Play-Cricket.com by 5pm on Wednesday 31st May.

Read below for more information

WHAT IS A WET WEATHER KIT?

The Wet Weather Kit is full of essential items for an English summer of cricket.

Win pitchforks, squegees, a brush and more.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF REGISTERING?

Benefits for the club

  1. Select your teams and share them
  2. Bulk addition of member details
  3. Integration with the Play-Cricket Scorer app
  4. Track performances and averages over the season
  5. An information hub which facilitates player statistics and end of season awards

Benefits for the players

  1. Receive personalised communications from ECB about their performance
  2. Track their career performance and averages
  3. Compare their statistics against others
  4. Analyse the opposition
  5. Reproduce great cricketing memories

HOW DO PLAYERS SIGN UP?

View a guide to the process for adults here and for Under 16s here. Or let Jason Roy talk you through it

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